[Midnight Fugue download] Epub By Reginald Hill


  • Hardcover
  • 368
  • Midnight Fugue
  • Reginald Hill
  • English
  • 27 October 2017
  • 9780061451966

10 thoughts on “Midnight Fugue

  1. says:

    Reginald Hill is in a class of his own His mystery series featuring Dalziel “the fat man” and Pascoe is a long running masterpiece of British humor Hill populates the series with many characters and much activity but exhibits masterful control in keeping everyone doingthe wrong thing Once again Dalziel manages to extricate himself from an

  2. says:

    One of the things I love about this series is how Hill keeps the relationships fresh and how the mysteries do not seem to repeat in tone or nature Don't get me wrong there are certain moments that you know will come certain

  3. says:

    I read this out of order and I probably shouldn't have but I don't think it really works as a stand alone novel Besides the backstories that a reader of the series would know and I didn't there were too many characters and only a few of them were interesting There was also hardly any interaction between Dalziel and Pascoe at all which was

  4. says:

    A new Dalziel and Pascoe novel is always a cause of happiness for me This one did not disappointAfter a severe injury that

  5. says:

    Reg does 24 The ever playful Reginald Hill comes up with yet another spin on the slightly surreal and delightful adventures of Fat Andy Dalziel and his unlikely sidekicks know all Pascoe who uotes Latin at him and

  6. says:

    Rating 24 I almost upped this to three stars because of the fantastic epilogue However before that I had about 13 boring hours listen

  7. says:

    No Ivor No Hat No Seymour No Wieldly sigh No Peter sob No Andy say it isn't so This wonderful journey has come to an end and what a wonderful journey it has been Characters to love Stories to get lost in A genius

  8. says:

    So now it's done Whether he knew it or not Mr Hill left us with the last of this series delivering a satisfying wrap up Everyone's back on board; the 3 DCs are all healthy Peter's assumption of Dalziel's responsibilities are wearing on him Wield is well aware and worried and Andy's return seems to be a fait accompli I'm glad he didn't end with a farewell riding off into the sunset summation Now to see if he wrote other series

  9. says:

    Another great entry in the Dalziel Pascoe series The action takes place over the course of one very eventful day I love how Hill al

  10. says:

    A terrific read with a number of characters' lives moving piece by piece towards a grand climax One of Hill's grimmer Dalziel and Pascoe titles but strongly plotted and with some very unpleasant people involved There is still humour especially in the somewhat different relationship that forms between the series' two main characters as a resu

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Midnight Fugue

Ents set in motion decades ago will come to a violent head on this otherwise ordinary summer's day A Welsh tabloid journalist senses the story he's been chasing for years may have finally landed in his lap A Tory MP's secretary suspects her boss's father has an unsavory history that could taint his son's prime ministerial ambitions The ruthless en. Reg does 24 The ever playful Reginald Hill comes up with yet another spin on the slightly surreal and delightful adventures of Fat Andy Dalziel and his unlikely sidekicks know all Pascoe who uotes Latin at him and granite faced Wieldy who can break a suspect just by looking at him This time we have a minute by minute account of an extraordinary Sunday in Mid Yorkshire which begins with the improbable prospect of the Fat Man attending Morning Service in the Cathedral the last time he was there he was playing God in the Mystery Plays and experiencing a Bach fugue The metaphor of the fugue is kept up through the day with a string of bits of stories chasing each other until they disappear up their own arseholes as Dalziel would probably put it Or something like that anyway to say about those bits of stories would give too much away but of course they all collide in the end As blackly funny as ever

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Trepreneur in uestion sends two henchmen out to make sure the past stays in the past And the lethal pair dispatched have some awkward secrets of their own Four stories two mismatched detectives trying to figure it all out and twenty four hours in which to do it Dalziel and Pascoe are about to learn the hard way just how much difference a day makes. Another great entry in the Dalziel Pascoe series The action takes place over the course of one very eventful day I love how Hill always keeps this series fresh and worth reading

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It starts with a phone call to Superintendent Dalziel from an old friend asking for help But where it ends is a very different story Gina Wolfe has come to mid Yorkshire in search of her missing husband believed dead Her fiance Commander Mick Purdy of the Met thinks Dalziel should be able to take care of the job What none of them realize is how ev. I read this out of order and I probably shouldn t have but I don t think it really works as a stand alone novel Besides the backstories that a reader of the series would know and I didn t there were too many characters and only a few of them were interesting There was also hardly any interaction between Dalziel and Pascoe at all which was disappointing It s a 25 star book but I m giving it 3 How could a book with the following sentence rate less She wouldn t have expected anything so fat to move so fast He slid into his car like a tarantula going down a drain hole


About the Author: Reginald Hill

Reginald Charles Hill was a contemporary English crime writer and the winner in 1995 of the Crime Writers' Association Cartier Diamond Dagger for Lifetime AchievementAfter National Service 1955 57 and studying English at St Catherine's College Oxford University 1957 60 he worked as a teacher for many years rising to Senior Lecturer at Doncaster College of Education In 1980 he retired from